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Ballroom dancing academy will deploy ‘colourful repertoire of performances’ to raise cash for Great Ormond Street Hospital

PUBLISHED: 12:33 27 November 2018 | UPDATED: 13:01 27 November 2018

Students at Live 4 Dancing Ballroom will perform at a fundraising show for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Picture: Live 4 Dancing Ballroom

Students at Live 4 Dancing Ballroom will perform at a fundraising show for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Picture: Live 4 Dancing Ballroom

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A ballroom dance academy is throwing a Christmas fundraiser for Great Ormond Street Chilrden’s Hospital next month.

Live 4 Dancing is a Ballroom and Latin Dance academy, catering primarily for children, and it’s students are set to perform for a paying audience at Upper Unity Building, in Upper Street on December 15.

The show will run from 2.30pm to 4.30pm and be accompanied by wine, cake and other treats.

Maria Kyriacou, who runs the academy, said: “We will have a colourful repertoire of performances from samba to belly dancing and, of course ballroom.

“You’re going to get to see what our children learn in our school and it will be a fun way to spend a winter afternoon.

“We’re putting everything into this because it’s for a very special cause that means so much to us.”

Last year the academy held a similar initiative to celebrate its first anniversary.

Tickets cost £19.50 for adults and £6.50 for children, while kids from the academy go free.

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